The UK doesn’t have a national housing crisis, but there is a housing crisis in our most unaffordable cities. Our work offers ideas on how national and local leaders can get homes built where demand is highest.
£100,000 gets you a whole house in Burnley but barely a bedroom in Central London, but what does this really tell us about these places?
The private rented sector needs reform, but history, and economics tell us that rent controls do not work
What changes are needed to get more housing built where it is needed?
Politicians and campaigners from across the political spectrum are coming together to push for changes to green belt policies
The Government’s revised planning rulebook focuses too much on rural areas, and not enough on cities
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This event at Conservative Party Conference will focus on the role transport can play in unlocking new housing
This event at Labour Party Conference will focus on the role transport can play in unlocking new housing
We are working with the Fast Growth Cities Group to host a high-level event to discuss how to deliver the high-quality, affordable homes their cities need to sustain their economic success and their communities.
Brexit may be the Government’s immediate priority, but the housing crisis is not going away. We need to solve the housing shortage to address the political and economic divides across the...
Our recent Capital Cities housing report sparked a debate among commentators. Here’s our response to some of the points raised
It is common to identify the 'financialisation' of housing as the cause of the crisis, but the shortage of housing stock is a more likely problem
Andrew Carter argues that the political, cultural and economic divides in Britain are rooted in uneven economic growth, and without reform to ensure more homes are built, the problem will only get worse
Housing is connected to how people voted in the referendum. Any politician who wants to address our Brexit divides will need to end the housing shortages in our growing cities
The next prime minister needs to have a government programme that improves the lives of people in cities
What's the relationship between urban economies and housing wealth in England and Wales?